Jun 11, 2013byEvangelical Lutheran Synod of Tennessee
1st, 1820 has title: Kurze Nachricht von den Verrichtungen der ersten Conferenz, der deutschen, evangelisch lutherischen Prediger, gehalten in dem Staate Tennessee .. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Lutheran Church, Lutheran Church, Lutheran Church
"There are also other subjects inserted in this little work, highly interesting to the Lutheran community." Topics: General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the United States, Evangelical Lutheran Synod...
"The following papers were written for presentation to the four chapters of the Episcopal Church Women at St. Philips Church in Durham, North Carolina, and formed the Christian Education program for the year 1976-77." Topics: Episcopal Church, Episcopal Church, Clergy
-byGeneral Council of the Congregational and Christian Churches of the United States.
A weekly periodical issued between 1844 and 1965 by the Southern Convention of Christian Churches, a part of the General Convention of Christian Churches. This larger group merged with other denominations to become the Congregational Christian Church in 1931, and the United Church of Christ in 1957. The paper is focused on the activities of these groups in North Carolina and Virginia.
Formed by the merger of the Western North Carolina advocate and the Raleigh Christian advocate (1873) and assumes the vol. numbering of the latter. The Raleigh Christian advocate (1899) reappeared as a separate publication Feb. 23, 1899-June 12, 1919, after which it was permanently absorbed into the North Carolina Christian advocate. Official newspaper of the North Carolina Conference and Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church (called 1894-1939 the Methodist Episcopal...